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Calendar, Night&Day An Unnerving Look Back at the Meltdown

An Unnerving Look Back at the Meltdown

Inside Job is Charles Ferguson's follow-up to his Iraq War gut-twister No End in Sight. Twenty minutes into this lucid yet stupefying documentary about the 2008 global economic meltdown, my vision was clouded by the steam wafting from my ears.…
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Calendar, Night&Day An Unnerving Look Back at the Meltdown

An Unnerving Look Back at the Meltdown

Inside Job is Charles Ferguson's follow-up to his Iraq War gut-twister No End in Sight. Twenty minutes into this lucid yet stupefying documentary about the 2008 global economic meltdown, my vision was clouded by the steam wafting from my ears.…
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Film, "Inside Job": Charles Ferguson's meltdown doc will make you seethe

"Inside Job": Charles Ferguson's meltdown doc will make you seethe

Inside Job, Charles Ferguson's follow-up to his Iraq War gut-twister No End in Sight, is a documentary that inspires less shock and awe than sickening ire. The movie opens with the cautionary tale of Iceland, an idyllic little nation so…
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Calendar, Night&Day Permanent Government

Permanent Government

Inside Job, Charles Ferguson's follow-up to his Iraq War gut-twister No End in Sight, is a documentary that inspires sickening ire—20 minutes in to this lucid yet stupefying account of the 2008 global economic meltdown, my vision was clouded by…
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Home Entertainment, DVDish <i>Talk to Me, Twin Peaks, No End in Sight</i>: DVDish

Talk to Me, Twin Peaks, No End in Sight: DVDish

No End in Sight (Magnolia) Charles Ferguson's debut doc, easily the most important in a year full of notable fact-gathering films, assembles some of the key players behind the invasion and occupation of Iraq and seems to ask them but…
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Film, Surge This

Surge This

Masterfully edited and cumulatively walloping, Charles Ferguson's No End in Sight turns the well-known details of our monstrously bungled Iraq War into an enraging, apocalyptic litany of fuck-ups. One may have already heard some or all of the absurd, shameful,…
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